Kit (Atmospherics) Air Conditioner
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|Power Usage||Up to 7000W based on temperature difference|
|Placed with||Kit (Atmospherics)|
|Placed on||Small Grid|
|Deconstructed with||Hand Drill|
|Item received||Kit (Atmospherics)|
An Air Conditioner is a powered Atmospheric processor used to lower and raise the temperature of gases passed through it. Guide (Air Conditioning) provides additional information regarding the function, construction, and operation of an Air Conditioner.
- It has a manual power switch.
- It consumes 5W of Power per Tick when idle.
- It consumes a maximum of 7kW of Power per Tick when active.
- It has a separate Power Port and Data Port.
- It has a touchpad that provides manual temperature control.
- It has a pipe port (labelled "Input") for the gases that will be heated or cooled to the designated temperature.
- It has a pipe port (labelled "Output") for the gases that have been heated or cooled to the designated temperature.
- It has a pipe port (labelled "Waste") for gases to or from which heat will be transferred to raise or lower the input gases' temperature.
- If the Waste pipe network is below 100kpa, input gases will be diverted to the Waste pipe network to raise its pressure.
- It can raise or lower gas temperature within a range from -99°C to 99°C.
An Air Conditioner provides the following user interface:
|Temperature||Display||Displays the current output temperature setting|
|+||Touchkey||Increase the current output temperature setting by 10°C and by 1°C with the Quantity Modifier key pressed.|
|-||Touchkey||Decrease the current output temperature setting by 10°C and by 1°C with the Quantity Modifier key pressed.|
|Start||Touchkey||Switches Air Conditioner between idle and active.|
|On/Off||Switch||Switches Air Conditioner between turned on or turned off.|
Data Network Properties
These are all Data Network properties of this device.
These are all parameters, that can be written to with a Logic Writer, Batch Writer, or Integrated Circuit (IC10). The outputs are listed in the order a Logic Writer's "VAR" setting cycles through them.
|Parameter Name||Data Type||Description|
|Open||Boolean||Activates the Air Conditioner when set to 1. Idles it when set to 0.|
|Mode||Integer||(Unknown) (Judging by the "Mode" output, it accepts values in the range 0-2.)|
|Lock||Boolean||Locks the Air Conditioner when set to 1. Unlocks it when set to 0.|
|On||Boolean||Powers on the Air Conditioner on when set to 1. Powers off when set to 0.|
|Output Name||Data Type||Description|
|Power||Boolean||Returns whether the Air Conditioner is turned on and receives power. (0 for no, 1 for yes)|
|Open||Boolean||Returns whether the Air Conditioner is active or idle. (0 for no, 1 for yes)|
|Mode||Integer||(Unknown) (Returns output in the range 0-2, equivalent to the input of the "Mode" parameter.)|
|Error||Boolean||Returns whether the Air Conditioner is flashing an error. (0 for no, 1 for yes)|
|Lock||Boolean||Returns whether the Air Conditioner is locked. (0 for no, 1 for yes)|
|On||Boolean||Returns whether the Air Conditioner is turned on. (0 for no, 1 for yes)|
|RequiredPower||Integer||Returns the current amount of power in Watts required by the Air Conditioner.|